Jimmy Miller is back in town, so it did not take long before we hooked up to put the d70 to work again. Here are some park shots once again I think you will be shocked at how sharp they are. Very little photoshop work done to then [crop resize] but let me know what you think.
180 ollie over the rail
I made the move. Not full time mind you but I went a bought a Nikon d70 digital slr camera. If you can tell digital from film you are a better person then me. Am I happy with my new camera? all and all yes, the Nikon D70 is very fast and has film like result's. Is film dead? NO and will not be for years and years to come. Here are some shots from my new camera.
Doug Hardy - wallride
Adam Ruddell - 5.0
Doug Hardy - bs180dough
Jimmy Miller - nose
Jonathan Sturge f/s blunt sequence
Colby Spence ollie
da boys chillen
Doug Hardy ollie transfer
Jordan McInnis sequence
a 3 part sequence of Jimmy Miller. Vic West park - backside smith grind
The thing i love about shooting skateboarders is they will and can skate ANYTHING. One night Jimmy Miller, Doug Hardy Myself and a few other people went to an old loading dock to hang out and skate an old dirty sofa. We had fun for over 3 hours with this dirty old thing. People at the near by KFC would peek around and watch in complet confusion as to how we could be having so much fun with a pice of wood four wheels and a sofa. We can and we did, the night ended with the photos I needed and evryone had big smiles on there face's the look of a job well done. Next time you go out and skate open your mind to what might be fun to skate because thats what its all about, it does not matter how well you skate. It's that you skate.